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Don’t Cry Yourself a River: A Framework to Bridge the Clinical-to- Academia Transition Gap
This presentation aligns the AACN Healthy Work Environment Standards with the Kouzes & Posner Leadership Model as a framework for enhancing professional wellbeing within academic environments. The presenters will: compare ...
Effects of Nursing Leadership on Nurse Burnout and Care Quality: A Structural Equation Modeling Analysis
This study used a novel approach to examine the impact of good nursing leadership on provider wellbeing and clinical care, providing with evidence about patient safety and quality of care improvement.
Successful Accreditation of a Practice Transition Program: Teamwork at Its Finest
The onboarding of new graduate nurses is a vital part of a successful healthcare environment.The Center for Advancing Professional Excellence Department at Midland Memorial Hospital recently gained accreditation through ...
"Navigational Leadership" Through Our Multi-Generational Healthcare Workforce
The leaders of today are faced with many challenges and perplexities of a rapidly growing, fast-paced global world and a multi-generational workforce. The best way to lead your nursing workforce is to be knowledgeable of ...
Relationship Between Nursing Leadership and Quality of Care in ICUs: Mediating Through Patient Safety Culture
This was a cross-sectional study, collecting 459 nurse surveys from 22 ICUs in China. Results suggest that nurse managers supportive leadership is beneficial for building patient safety culture that foster high-quality ...
Inspiring a Shared Vision: A Case Study of a Nursing Department Chair
Explore the utilization of Kouzes and Posner's leadership principles of inspiring a shared vision through a case study of a Nursing Department Chair. Discover ways nursing leaders can enhance and direct the vision of a ...
Insights the Emergenetics Profile Provides to Leadership Development in a Hospital Setting: A Pilot Study
The purpose of this quasi-experimental pilot study was to determine if an Emergenetics Intervention affects hospital leaders with respect to leadership development, conflict management, and happiness over time.
The Impact of Nurse-Physician Interprofessional Relationship on Nurses' Willingness to Engage in Leadership Roles
This is a cross-sectional study that investigated the impact of work-related factors, specifically the nurse-physician inter-professional relationship, on direct-care nurses willingness to engage in leadership roles.
Creating Healthy Work Environments in Critical Care Nursing
Session presented on Saturday, March 18, 2017: Having unhealthy working conditions in healthcare results inthe erosion of the quality, efficiency and safety of patient care delivery and attrition from the profession of ...
Authentic Leadership-Life Support for a Healthy Work Environment
Session presented on Saturday, April 13, 2013: The health of the work environment plays a critical role in optimal patient outcomes. While much emphasis is placed on the importance of technology, one cannot overlook the ...